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AT-AT Is Man’s Best Friend

Monday, June 28 by

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to have an AT-AT for a pet, look no further than this short film, AT-AT Day Afternoon. Like we all suspected, they poop Jabbas. (FilmDrunk)These links want your affection.'Twilight: Eclipse' Photoshop Contest (HolyTaco) Why Do I Keep Watching: 'Entourage' (TVSquad) Hot Girls Tell You The Time On Japanese Mobile App (Asylum) Susan Saradon To Film Ping-Pong Reality Show (PopEater) Mentos & Diet Coke Revive Dead, French Clown (FilmDrunk) The Sexiest Eyes In Hollywood (Unreality) 100 Best Free Porn Sites (BroBible) This Gymnasitcs Freakout Is A Must See (TotalProSports) 6 Ways To Ruin A Home Shopping Segment (Maxim) Rematch In Russia Rocky Balboa-Style (CagePotato) Mel Gibson's Knuckle Punch Drunk-Love(CelebJihad) Bad Fashions We Should All Stop Wearing (Smosh)  Part 'Zodiac', Part 'Pi' Movie Trailer (Pajiba) Luke Trips And Dies (Atom) Datamancer's Stylish New Keyboards (MadeMan)

‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1′ Trailer

Monday, June 28 by

Did you eat more Bott's Beans?! Spit them out right now! We've already seen the MTV Movie Awards c*ck teaser trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, but Warner Bros. has just dropped the official deal. There's more magic, creatures, darkness, and girl-on-girl action (sike!) than the previous installments offered, all with the same gang you've come to know and love. Plus Bill Nighy. Awesomess temperass! The first part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will hit theaters on November 19th 2010, and Part 2 will be released on July 15th, 2011. Check out the trailer in your cloaks or whatever after the jump…

Now Peter Jackson Might Not Direct ‘The Hobbit’

Monday, June 28 by

If Peter Jackson has to tell you twice, you're getting a Flair Chop.News broke on Friday that Peter Jackson would in fact slip on his "World's Best Director" apron to take over creamy buttering duties for The Hobbit hot potato. A follow-up today on AICN refutes this claim, pointing out that no one knows who the hell is greasing up this spud.Harry Knowles sat down with his contact "DEREK," who had this to say:The only quote that I’ll attribute to my source, whom I’ll call “DEREK”, when I asked if he was directing, “No, nothing has really changed – I’ve always said that me directing was one option, and so that’s not really news. The studio are working out what that deal would look like, because how else do they know if it’s a viable option? But it’s honestly one of several different options – many irons are in the fire right now. What’s of great concern to everyone right now is trying to stay on schedule and not slip back another year, because we will start losing people – and that’s increasingly difficult as each day passes. A lot of people – both film makers and studios are working very hard right now, trying to get a positive outcome here.”Who is this shrouded man of mystery? What playful game of cat and mouse is the master of deceptions drawing us into?? Call me crazy but I've got a hunch that this "DEREK" is none other than "Jeter Packson." Once we get swab test results, we'll know for sure.

Necessary Unnecessary Purchase: Truffle Shuffle Tee

Monday, June 28 by

Urban Outfitters has a shirt for sale that makes it easier than ever to do the Truffle Shuffle. It's a soft cotton tee with "Do The Truffle Shuffle" graphic on the front, and a Chunk head inside for actual Truffle Shuffle action. It's currently going for $14.99, reduced from $24.99 because for some reason these things aren't moving like hot cakes. A gallery of hot girls wearing this tee and flashing their truffles would be the illest/creepiest thing ever. Make it happen, Internet!

Alice Eve In Talks To Join ‘X-Men: First Class’

Monday, June 28 by

The Maxim spread for X-Men: First Class is shaping up to be AWESOME. We've known for awhile that Amber Heard and Rosamund Pike may sign on to play gorgeous mutants in Matthew Vaughn's prequel. Now there's word that Alice Eve is in talks to play the role of Emma Frost. This more than makes up for her not making the cut for Captain America. If we're all very good and wish really hard, this could become a reality. Those uncertain as to why this is an extremely important matter need only refer to the picture below:Everybody clear? Good. Now get your asses down to the local wishing well. And bring a sh*tload of pennies. (Deadline)

‘True Blood’ Recap: It Hurts Me Too S3E3

Monday, June 28 by

Previously on "True Blood," the King of Mississippi offered to make Bill a Sheriff if he'd spill the beans on the Queen of Louisiana's plans, Bill lit his maker on fire, Tara met a (seemingly) nice vampire who, unbeknownst to her, was doing a little B & E at the Compton house, Jessica was looking to get rid of a corpse, Jason caught a meth dealer, Sam went for a run with his shape-shifting brother, and Sookie and Eric were about to deal with an intruding werewolf. Onto this week's episode, "It Hurts Me Too."MORE AFTER THE JUMP…

UPDATE: Spike Lee Intent on Making His ‘Nagasaki Deadline’

Monday, June 28 by

…right after he finishes his treat.UPDATE: James Cameron won't be taking the producer credit, but his Lightstorm team of Jon Landau and Rae Sanchini are still on it. Cameron's most likely too busy trying to crush the box office yet again with his next project. Spike Lee is crossing the t's and dotting the i's to direct Nagasaki Deadline, with James Cameron set to produce. It will be his first feature since 2008's Miracle At St. Anna. Deadline has the deets:The film focuses on a troubled FBI agent and his desperate race to thwart two terrorist attacks planned to unfold on American soil. The fed goes beyond obvious suspects to focus on theories that the crime is tied to historical events, as he races against the clock.They've somehow managed to bring the broad scope of the The National Treasure movies to post-9/11 terrorism drama. Let's just go ahead and get the paperwork moving along for Nic Cage's casting. With Lee and Cage on the same movie, some studio exec wouldn't sleep from pre-production all the way to its premiere. Lee will make constant creative demands, and Cage will want to spend most of his time with a block of C4, you know, to get inside the head of a plastic explosive.

‘Mad Men’ Season 4 Trailer Gives Ya Nothin’

Monday, June 28 by

"Mad Men" is such an outstanding television program that creator Matthew Weiner doesn't want to give away ANYTHING for Season Four. Even in the new trailer, all we get is past footage. Granted, martinis and red-headed broads still wet my whistle, but at least gimme a taste of things to come. Damn you, Weiner! Fine! I'll tune in to AMC on Sunday July 25th, but I'm not going to enjoy it. Alright, I'll probably enjoy it.Check out the "Mad Men" Season 4 trailer after the jump…

Cookie Monster Wants Milk for Cookies

Monday, June 28 by

Holly Madison shouldn't tempt such a ravenous monster.

Steve Carell Sets His Out-Of-Office To Permanent

Monday, June 28 by

You won't have Steve Carell to push around and peanut butter scalp massage anymore.Expect to see Dwight Schrute stand on his desk and exclaim, "O, Captain! My Captain!!," because Steve Carell has confirmed that he is out this bitch. Carell told Access Hollywood that he will not re-up his contract when it expires at the end of the seventh season of "The Office." The show is expected to continue without him, but it's unclear at this point if new characters will join the cast.Despite its talented cast and writers, I can't imagine "The Office" without Carell's Michael Scott. Then again, I couldn't imagine that a grown man would paint his nude body to resemble a Spider-Man costume. That serving of crow was a tough one to choke down.

‘Last Comic Standing’ Judge Natasha Leggero

Monday, June 28 by

Natasha Leggero, a Chicago native and fast tracking stand-up comic, shows us that girls can be funny and hot at the same time. She has worked on some of the best comedy improv shows around, like "Reno 911" and "Upright Citizens Brigade." While she may not be up there with Sarah Silverman for funniest (fartiest) lady of the year, she knows how to hold here own in the ever-challenging world of stand-up.A word from Natasha: "I've performed everywhere from clubs, laundromats, and even halfway houses. Halfway houses are a lot of fun, people laugh there, even though they may not have a lot of teeth."Laughing helps with the withdrawal. At least that's what my prick sponsor tells me. HAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!More pics of Natasha after the jump.

Review: ‘The Last Exorcism’

Monday, June 28 by

The Last Exorcism PG-13, 90min., 2010 Cast: Partrick Fabin, Ashely Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Hertum, and  Caleb Landury Jones Directed by Daniel Stamm Screenplay by Huck Barto and Andreww Gurland…

Sony Has Found Its ‘Spider-Man’ Almost

Monday, June 28 by

An in-depth look at Sony's casting/hazing process.Sony still hasn't decided who will take the lead in their unnecessary Spider-Man reboot, but they are at least a step closer. It's reported that most members of the casting shortlist have been forced to wear tights for "camera tests" and definitely not some sick, sex thing for studio kicks in case that's what you've heard. Nope, definitely for a camera test. Right, Deadline?I'm told that the candidates whose screen tests were viewed Friday are:  Jamie Bell (the Billy Elliot star who wrapped the Kevin Macdonald-directed The Eagle of the Ninth) , Star Trek’s Anton Yelchin, Kick-Ass’s Aaron Johnson, Andrew Garfield (The Social Network), Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief) and Alden Ehrenreich (Tetro). Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince) and Michael Angerano (Lords of Dogtown) are also in the final list that the studio is working from.Ugh. C'mon, you guys. Just hurry up and pick one of the actors that people have heard about before. This is taking too long and we still need a few months worth of speculating who the villian will be and which girl from Twilight will play Mary Jane. (Hint: none of them.)

‘Toy Story 3′ Beats ‘Grown Ups’ With Help from 3D

Monday, June 28 by

Toy Story 3 ruled its second weekend at the box office, bringing in $59 million. An estimated 57% of its revenue was from 3D screenings.The film easily crushed its closest competition, Grown Ups ($41 million) and Knight and Day ($27.8 million) thanks in no small part to the fact that Toy Story had a more substantial plot and more realistic, likable characters. Get it? It's ironic because Toy Story is a cartoon about toys!Ugh, never mind. (Empire Online)

Skip the Next ‘Harold & Kumar’? NPH Wouldn’t Do That!

Monday, June 28 by

Neil Patrick Harris (the actor and the character) is returning for the third installment of the Harold and Kumar trilogy. Harris joins the original stars, John Cho and Kal Penn, as well as newcomers Patton Oswalt and Thomas Lennon.The film, currently titled A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, has already begun shooting at a mall in Michigan. Unfortunately, it's not slated for release until Christmas of 2011. If that bums you out, just get stoned, click here, and forget I said anything. (Empire Online)

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